I had the fantastic opportunity to catch up with Aashu Virmani, who is the Vice President & Client Partner for Communications at Cyient.
In this podcast, we discuss a broad array of subjects, including 5G in industry 4.0, next-generation network technology, private networks, and 5g key capabilities. We also look at how leading organisations and Cyient customers are taking advantage of Next Generation Network technologies such as 5G to build private networks and drive Business Operations Transformation by taking advantage of new and innovative Use Cases 5G makes it possible to achieve real and immediate Return On Investment (ROI) opportunities, esp. in Port & Rail, Utilities, and Energy market segments.
Our discussion began with Aashu’s thoughts on:
- What 5G is and 5g for enterprise transformation
- Industry 4.0 is enabled by 5G
- 5g key capabilities
Aashu also shares his views on how and why next Generation Networks allow a wide range of different architectures enterprises can consider while implementing private networks with an ample design patterns enterprises can consider in this space, for instance:
– Completely Air Gapped private networks ( stand-alone / closed loop )
– Densified versions of a CSP network for enterprise and industrial (DAAS) use cases and so on..
– Private locally hub’ed Networks with least external connectivity ( Mobile Edge Compute )
We also look at how organisations can address both business and technology challenges around the difficulties and possibilities of executing Next Generation Networks technology solutions to stimulate Business Operations Transformation and some of the Use Cases and ROI opportunities they must look for, esp. in the Port & Rail, Utilities, and Energy market segment.
Join in the conversation; click the play button to tune into this great conversation I had with Aashu addressing Enterprise Business Transformation through Next-Generation Networks. And please do share it with your network on social media as well as with your colleagues, associates, and work friends.
The podcast was created in association with Cyent.